Thread: iCloud mail management
11-29-2011, 10:59 AM #1
iCloud mail management
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- Nov 29, 2011
When I trash my mail on iCloud well it trash on all my devices; iPhone, iPad and mini MAC?
11-29-2011, 11:05 AM #2
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What is iCloud?
In short, iCloud is a catchall phrase that covers Apple’s entire suite of wireless sync and backup services, which aim to keep your devices—both iOS, and desktop computers running OS X Lion, Windows Vista, or Windows 7—on the same page, no matter which one you’re using at any given moment
What does iCloud offer?
As with MobileMe, iCloud can sync your contacts, calendars, email, and Safari bookmarks between iOS devices and computers. But it will also offer document storage, photo storage, purchase management, location awareness, and mobile backup for iOS devices.
extracted from the website below.
iCloud: What you need to know | Macworld
in short i think it is saying yes so long as you sync accordingly.
11-29-2011, 03:13 PM #3
Since iCloud uses imap by default for mail, the answer is most assuredly yes. (unless you changed it to pop).mike
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11-29-2011, 03:25 PM #4
This is expected behaviour - it is symbolic of the way that it was designed. The purpose of iCloud is to keep devices in sync by ensuring that what happens on one device happens on all the others.
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